Former president Bill Clinton campaigned Saturday for his wife Hillary in Indiana, including a stop in Gary. Bill Clinton attended events in Kokomo and Fort Wayne before arriving at the event in northwest Indiana at about 5:30 p.m.
The 42nd President visited local restaurant Dash In to meet with and shake the hands of unsuspecting Summit City supporters. Clinton then headlined a "Get Out the Vote" rally at McMillen Community Center at McMillen Park, as hundreds gathered to see the former President rally up voters for the former Secretary of State as the Indiana primary approaches. The Indiana primary, said to be the most important primary left of the presidential race, wraps up May 3.
President Bill Clinton will be campaigning for wife Hillary Clinton on Sunday, May 1, 2016, in West Virginia. President Clinton will visit Logan and Charleston on Sunday and the events are open to the public. President Clinton's Logan appearance will be at 12:30 p.m.
Emma Newman has a problem uncommon for Hillary Clinton campaign volunteers locally. She had hoped to see former President Bill Clinton speak in Indianapolis on Tuesday but couldn't. "I had hoped to, but we had ISTEP," Newman said.
The last time Indiana played a role in a presidential primary race, the campaign spotlight shined bright on Richmond for a brief time when former President Bill Clinton stopped by on behalf of his wife. The next day, armed with a list of possible rally locations, representatives of the Clinton campaign team and the state party visited Richmond and chose the fire station.
The Clinton campaign will be first with visits to Charleston and Logan from former President Bill Clinton scheduled for Sunday with candidate Hillary Clinton scheduled to be in Williamson Monday and another West Virginia location Tuesday. "I have had discussions with former President Bill Clinton and representatives from Secretary Clinton's campaign and believe Hillary Clinton is committed to working with us to diversify West Virginia's economy while continuing to find ways to use our abundant coal and natural gas to power the nation."
The front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination is scheduled to visit Ashland, Kentucky, and Williamson, West Virginia, on Monday. The campaign said the former president will campaign in Charleston and Logan on Sunday. The Appalachian region has been economically devastated by the decline in the coal industry.
Clinton insisted in an interview with CNN she would not be shaken by the GOP front-runner's taunts and could "care less" what he says. Meanwhile, Clinton spoke Friday in Manhattan to students of the Eagle Academy for Young Men and told members of the all-boys school not to believe stereotypes that young men of color can not succeed.
The front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination is scheduled to visit Ashland, Kentucky, and Williamson, West Virginia, on Monday. The campaign said the former president will campaign in Charleston and Logan on Sunday. Judd is a political nobody and a felon, who barely scraped together the $2,500 needed to get his name on the May 10 ballot by using his wages from a job at a Texas hotel.
Clinton arrived at the bay front home of Nancy and Chuck Parrish shortly before 3 p.m. and spoke for nearly 45 minutes. A small crowd gathered outside the Parrish's home in the Indian Beach Sapphire Shores neighborhood near the Ringling Museum of Art to try and get a glimpse of Clinton, who left shortly before 4:30 p.m. for another fundraiser at the Central Florida home of trial attorney John Morgan.
In 2006, Wallace sat down with President Bill Clinton, in what was the president's first-ever interview on "Fox News Sunday." "It would be like a thunderstorm -- it would brew up, it would grow, it would thunder and lightning and pour, and then it would pass."
Young people have consistently been a source of frustration and struggle for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign. Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of Hillary and Bill Clinton, has brushed aside the issue of young voters overwhelmingly supporting Sanders. Young people are not likely to give up on Sanders, and part of the reason is because the Clinton campaign has not stopped acting like young people are stupid adolescents if they do not vote for Hillary Clinton.